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LTS004: Peter Kay's Book on the Thames Haven Railway 1835-1996.

NEW NOVEMBER 2020.  Our member Peter Kay has recently published the final volume, No. 8, of his history of the LT&SR (The London, Tilbury & Southend Railway – a history of the company and line; ISBN 9781899890521).

In it, he notes, on page 681, that there are a number of his books that deal with parts of the history of the LT&SR which are currently out of print. These are:

The London, Tilbury & Southend Railway - a history of the company and line, volume 1: 1863-1893.
The London, Tilbury & Southend Railway - a history of the company and line, volume 2: 1893-1912.
The Thames Haven Railway - Essex branch line and London shipping link, 1835-1996.
The Corringham Light Railway - a new history.
London, Tilbury & Southend Railway Signalling - including the Midland, LMS and BR periods.

The GERS are making these items available in digital format for those who have missed the opportunity to obtain them in print or wish to consult them on their computer. Furthermore, the digital copies have an advantage over the print version in that they are quickly searchable. Our thanks are due to Peter for his willing agreement that we might do this, and to Bill King for arranging it and scanning them all.

This book is the complete history of the Thames Haven branch between 1835 and 1996. There are three chapters that deal with the promotion and construction of the branch and two that cover the petroleum and explosives industries which the railway served. Goods and passenger trains, and signalling have their own sections. The book is remarkably well illustrated for a short mostly industrial line with maps, diagrams and photographs.

Copyright of the content remains with the author, Peter Kay.

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